365 are the number of days now on the road, as of April 30.
24,980 are the number of miles we have traveled total, consisting of:
7,468 miles pulling the 5th wheel, and
17,512 miles playing tourist without the 5th wheel trailing behind.
110 are the average number of miles traveled between parks.
68 are the number of times we have hooked up and moved.
730 are the number of time Dick has told Jackie how much he loves her, or it could be more.
5.4 are the average number of days we have stayed at each stop.
105 are the number of Blog posting made or
3.5 are the average number of days between postings.
5652 are the number of hits on our blog or
15.5 are the average number of hits per day.
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What a better place be at for our 1year anniversary than Page Springs Arizona. The town is this RV Park, one closed out-of-business restaurant, and that’s it. But this little park is an Oasis to be enjoyed. This is the view out our back window with a rushing stream that runs through the park in two places and also is bordered by a larger creek.
Last Saturday we took our friends Robbie and Alice back to Camp Verde, had dinner and then snuck in the back door of the park to listen to a great family music group. And of course we just had to dance. Thanks Robbie for the pictures.
Jackie has now graduated to a super hiker; she crosses the rivers and climbs the rocky slopes like a real pro. Wow is Dick proud of her. This is one of several forges we had to make as we worked our way up the canyon.
Just a shot of Jackie and Alice up ahead of us but what a view of the mountains and the creek. Hard to keep up with these two. (Dick and Robbie were both taking pictures--Jackie and Alice got tired of waiting around every curve!)
Just a typical eroded rock in the creek. Gives you an idea of how deep it can get during the rainy season. The trees and bushes are all greening up and it sure is beautiful.
The rocks just tower above and around you with every turn of the trail. We would be broke by now if we were still shooting print film.